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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29.
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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?
If "lives of great men all remind us
We can make our lives sublime,"
Is that the reason big thieves roll in
While the little ones are doing time?
Next Sunday will be Easter Sunday.
The Rev. John Lake was in town on
Monday of this week.
A new let of Rent and Advance
Liens for sale at this office.
March has gone, vamosed, winked
out, and nobody was sorry to bid fare
If we were as sure of our neighbor's
goodness as we are of our own, our
neignbor would be almost as good as
Mr. L. E. Jackson has some delicious
syrup, in cans, all flavors, strawberry,
pine apple, lemon, vanilla, etc., 10c a
quart, try it.
Mr. J. W. Teak will show up next
week a display advertisement of his
splendid spring and summer goods*
Remember this also.
The iast number of Harper's Weekly
contains a very good portrait of Major
John Gary Evans, U..S. V., "organizer
of Criminal Court" at Havana.
Mr. J. Foster Cheatham has already
set out sweet potato slips, and promises
this office a mess for the first Sunday
in May. Pumpkin yams, remember.
At a regular meeting of the Knights
of Honor held recently Mr. John Ken
ne-ly was elected a delegate to the
Grand Lodge; S. McG. Simpkins, al
Bill Flynn and Press Callison, of
Shatterfield have onion setrs for sale.
Orders^ from this section may be left
, with Slr. A. F. Broadwater, who is
their authorized agent.
Farmers are, as a -ule, backward in
their farming operations, owing to the
unfavorable conditions of the weather
during the month of February and
The new engineer on our road to
Trenton is what is denominated in rail
road parlance "a hot runner"-from
Edgefield to Trenton in 14 minutes
and 3 sec onds.
Er, Arthur Collett, who went to
Cuba in the U. S. Army, has returned
home. While in Havana, after his dis
charge from thc army, he acted as cor
respondent for au*English paper.
Our old Confederate veterans will be
delighted to know that the Hon. F. B.
Gary, upon invitation of the Genera'
Assembly, will deliver the address o?
welcome at tb? reunion in Charleston.
We have the name of the Edgefield
farmer who bought corn in Augusta
-?astrweek for his farm, as stated by the
Augusta Chronicle, and we are going
to publish it. his name is Legion, Mr.
Those of our citizens, who are using
the new coffee substitute, Postum Ce
real, will be charmed to know that a
new pieje of music, the "Postum Cereal
Two Step," can now be bought of
Mr. Jas. E. Hart will have an adver
tisement in the ADVERTISER next week.
Look out for it. Friend Jim ?;ays he
doesn't pretend to be a leader but man
ages to keep up with the procession
and lope with the gang.
See odr Crash and Straw Hats,
in every new style. Boys and
Misses Caps, Crash and Duck, up
to date. Look at them before you
buy. N. Y. RACKET STORE.
George Johnson desires to return his
thanks to the white people of Edge
field county for the many presents
given him on the occasion of his recent
nuptials. He says that the only thing
that troubles him in this connection is
that he will never be atde to return
such abundant favors. However he
will stand with his white friends till
the end comes.
The moot court held at the S. C. C.
I. on last Friday night was a most
enjoyable occasion, most creditable
alike to the Institute, its officers and
students, and although there was an
other entertainment in the Opera house
the same night the college chapel was
crowded with auditors, showing the
hiirh esteem in which we hold, close to
our hearts, this grand institution of
Dr. J. n. Thornwell, who failed to
reach our town in time to conduct ser
vices in our Presbyterian church on
last Sunday night, will certainly be
with us so as to preach on Tuesday
night. These services will be con
tinued, morning and night, for a week
or longer. All our citizens are cor
dially invited to attend. Dr. Thorn
well is the gfifted son of a gifted father
of the same name, a distinguished au
thor and divine.
Clerk of the Court John B, Hill has
received the following letter which we
give exactly as it is written :
Wood Lawn S. C.
March 23th 1899
Dear Sir Mr.
We is the Stars of Benevolent So
ciety Rite to you that our charter is
word out and We sind it to you to
you and please fild us a blank out of
the same charter & send it to us. &
locate it too and a half miles squar.
Name. President Doctor- Young.
Tresure Moses Abrams. Sec
H. S. ABRAMS.
P. S. Dear Sir if yon can't fill out a
Blank for us Please send us a Blank &
the same old Pease Back to us at once
Adress to M. 5. Abrams. Wood Lawn
. Accompanying the letter is the docu
ment or a small portion thereof, the
appearance of which fully justifies the
appelation "word out," in fact it looks
as if Brother Abrams had worn it for
a liver pad a quarter of a century.
There was no money, accompanying,
the request, to pay the Clerk's fee.
Moses and Abram were both good men
but they never tried to get a charter
on a credit so far as we know.
The Rev. J. C. Abuey, an Edgefie
Saluda man, has been elected chaph
to the State penitentiary.
Mr. J. A. Timraerman has somethi:
new in his store in the shape of cann
blackberries and canned English pe
They, are said to be delightful.
Solicitor Thurnfond, who has be
rusticating a little ou the west side
the county, reports the small gra
crops as looking well, and that there
a larger acreage of thesecereals th
is generally .supposed.
TheXorth CaroMna Rolling Expo*!
tion, on wheels, will reach our town i
the afternoon of Wednesday of tl
week, March 29th. This car will be i
the track running up near Main strei
where it can be visited by our peop
Capt. W. G. Ouzts, of Savannah, co
ductor on the road from that city
Montgomery, Ala., is in town on
visit for a few days. Wiley gets han
somer every day, and isn't married y?
what are those Savannah girls thin
Our old friend Frank Reynolds, tl
oldest of the name being S3 years ol
was in town on his prancing pony c
Saturday last. This pony is to 1
given as a present to his next and la
wife.. Look out for him, he is anxioi
to get rid of the pony.
For the higiilg satisfactory mannt
in which the ADVERTISER has bee
conducted both editorially and local)
during the past three weeks our rea<
ers will thank the old veteran qui
driver Mr. D. R. Durisoe, who sti
wields a graceful and easy pen.
Our efficient and conscientious boar
of health will soon make their perioc
ical visits. Have everything deane
up about your premises and in :ipp:
pie order against their coming. Th
board consists of W. L. Du novan t, .
M. Cobb, W. N. Burnett, Dr. Fresco
De Yore, and John Kennerly.
There will be a free entertainmer
given by the teachers and students :
the S. C. C. I. in our Opera House o
Friday night of this week, to whic
the public is cordially invite Thi
entertainment is given in honor of th
Teachers' Association which meets i
our town, or more properly at the Tn
stitute building, on Saturday, April :
This week we will sell for Easte
100 Men's and Boys' Crash Hat?
worth 50c, at 19c.
N. Y. RACKET STOKE.
Any young man in this Congres
sional District, between the ages o
17 and 22, who desires to go to Wes
Point Military Academy has the op
portunity presented in the notice o
Congressman lalbert in this issue o
the ADVERTISE?. A competitive ex
amination will be held at Blackville
Barnwell county, on Saturday, 27tl
May, prox., for such appointment. Sei
i otice elsewhere for particulars.
Mr. Jess Morgan, who lives at Stone
.ands four miles north of Edgefield, ii
a good farmer, but on account of s<
much studying about 5c cotton i
afflicted with insomnia, sleeplessness
at night. The other night he woke uj
about one o'clock, and'thinking it wa
nearly day, rang the bell for his hand
to go to work. His negroes came u]
to time, but. declared they didn't be
lieve it was in the "corntrack" to worl
night and day too. Jess let 'em of
that day-give 'em holiday.
Just arrived at New York Racke
100 pieces Fruit of the Loom, whicl
we will sell for one day, Monday 25tl
inst., at 5%c, limited. This ?snot al
the bargains we have. Come to se<
our stock. It is complete in every lim
and our counters are filled with bar
gains. KEW YORK RACKET.
WANTED-150 dozen eggs and 2;
chickens every week at the S. C. C. I
Carry your eggs and chickens to Prof
Bailey. He will pay the market prict
Mr. W. A. Turk, General Passengei
Afrent of the Southern Railway, is col
lating information for Summer Homes
Folder for the ensuing Summer, giv
ing the names of proprietors, postotfice
addresses, at or near what station
conveyance used, number of guests
terms per day, week and month. This
information will be printed in an at
tractive form and a large edition pub
lished and distributed by the various
agents of this immense system
throughout all sections of the country.
If any of our people Hying in town or
country, desire summer boarders let
them apply at once to Agent Haiti
wanger at the depot for blanks to be
filled out and forwarded to W. A.
Turk, Washington, D. C.
for Women Only.
The King's Daughters of Charleston,
S.C., will open a Dormitory for Wo
men at the High School Building, ST.
W. corner of Meeting and George
Streets, during the Confederate Re
union, May Stb to 13th inclusive. Price
of cots, 50c each, per night, in advance
Cots may be engaged before Reunion
by sending money in advance to Mrs.
Robert Wilson, Secretary of Commit
tee on Dormitory, 271 Meeting Street,
Charieston, S. C.
In Trouble Again.
A negro boy named John Harrison,
of this town, and who bas been so
journing up in Greenville for some
time, one night last week broke into
and robbed a clothing store in that
city, carrying off goods and money
over one hundred dollars in value. A
day or two afterwards he was arrested,
and some $75 worth of the stolen goods
found in his possession. But by some
means it was ascertained that he had
already shipped a box to his uncle
Sam Harrison at this place. There
upon the Greenville chief of police
wired Chief Scurry, of this town, to
look out for the box. This he did, and
on yesterday, on arrival of the noon
train, he and Assistant Chief Tom
Paul, captured the box. On opening
it, it proved to be quite a rich catch,
containing as it did $15 in money, a
full suit of clothes and shirts and un
dervests, a hat, silk handkerchiefs, etc.
The chief took charge of the box and
contents, and is awaiting the action of
the Greenville authorities. This is
not John's first offence, as some three
years ago he stole from the store of
Hammond & Bell a nice supply of
groceries, and for that offence served
two years in the convict camp on Mr.
W. R. Parks' farm in this county.
Mothers, now ii
for your bo}r.
lino of Chijdrei
' iu Edgefield.
The Styles the Prettiest
We eau fit the 1
you will call it
DORN & MIM:
AT E. I
The happy cooks of every land
Kejoice, because they've found the
Of flour that suits their every need,
In pleasing those they have to seed.
W/ien called upon a feast to spread,
They know full well they'll have good
Their cakes and pastry, they are sure,
Will please the daintiest epicure.
Their labors, like their loaves are light.
Their slumbers peaceful every night,
If you like them would thus be blest,
BUY NABOB flour, it is the best.
0. Sheppard, lr.
Dr: W. Luther Jones.
A veterinary surgeon and. dentist for
Edgefield is a new depart ure, but we
have one, capab/e and fully up to date i
on all diseases of t. horse, mule, cow,
etc., in Dr. W.Luther Jones, son of I
Mr. ii. L. Jones of our town, who is a
recent graduate of the Ontario Veter
inary College, of Toronto, Canada,
after a three years course of study. It
should .> a source of great gratifica
tion to v,ur people that Dr. Jones has
set up his rest among us, who
are so much in need of skill, expe
rience and knowledge in diseases of
the domestic brute creation. See Dr.
Jones' card herewith.
A Masterpiece of Artistic Work.
Our friend and townsman Capt. W.
II. Brunson, has recently erected in
our cemetery to the memory of Mrs.
Fannie Penn Brunson, his lately de
ceased and beloved wife, a beautiful
monumental tombstone, of richest
Italian, marble, which is the admira
tion of all who have had'the pleasure
of inspecting it. This handsome
memorial tribute to departid worth
and excellence, and high and holy and
treasured love, is of chaste and unique
design, highly polished, and finished
with the touch of one skihed in the
art of high grade marble work. This
i tombstone is from the irranite and
marble yards of C. F. Jiohlruss, Au
OD Saturday uigbt last about IO
j o'clock our citizeus were alarmed
hy a rapid firing of fire arms in
the vicinity of the cotton factory,
iu which fuzilade two uegro boys
were killed aud two others se
riously wounded. The details of
this terrible affair we give as they
fell from the lips of the witnesses
testifyiug before the corouer's jury.
There are 6aid to be exteuuatiDg
circumstances, but of this we
know nothing. The following is a
synopsis of the testimony taken
by Judge Bell, acting coroner, as
telegraphed the Columbia State :
Edgefield^ March 26.-A bloody
tragedy was- enacted here at about
IO o'clock last night, in which
John Webb aud Will Toney, negro
boys about IS years of age re
spectively Last their li**cs. Robert
Toney, a b rother of Will, received
a flesh wc mud in the arm and
Wilse Barr euline was dangerously
if not fatal ly wounded.
Soon aft er the shooting, upou
a warrant sworn out by Chief of
Police R. T. Scurry, the following
parties wer e arrested aud placed
in jail as being the perpetrators of
*he deed: A. J. Coile, Addie
Corley, Will Howard, Dan Cow
ard, M il ledge Reese aud R. L.
A core net's jury was empannell
ed at IO o'clock this morning by
Magistrate Bell and ii as been
occupied, all day iu bearing the
testimony. Befoie taking the
testimony the jury visited the
sceue of the tragody, which was at
a negro house near the cotton
factory. A'bout ten witnesses were
Arthur Nobles, the chief witness,
testified as folio ws : That about
6 o'clock yesterd ay afternoon he
was going home and mot two of
the defendaate, C oile and Corley.
That he was ging ing and one of
the parties,, cursi up the witness,
asked him wha*- A a he mean by
making bo ,ueh noise. Witness
replied he meant no harm. Coile
or Corley* repH ed, "We don't
want any of your ja w, we will settle
with you." After witness went
home he; ca>m? up ibo street and
stated <:hat some of the d?fendante
hunted, him with guns. That he
5 the time lo puccbase a SpriDgsuit
'We. have just opened the largest
rs and Boy's Clothing ever shown
y the Best,
The Prices the Lowest.
:ot of 3 years or the lad of 19. If
will give us pleasure to show you
3- HART STAND.
reported this to Policeman Scurry,
who (old him to gohome as the
parties had left and would do him
no barm. Soon after this witness,
in company with the dead and
wounded parties and some other
boys, went home, and witness
entered the house. At this frme
the crowd was fired upon from
behind another house, some 40
yards distant from his, with the
result above mentioned. Before
witness and his crowd left town
they were preceded by a number
of persons, some of whom, had
About 13 shots were fired, the
weapons used, as disclosed by the
testimony, being 16 shooters.
Eight shots penetrated the hous^
in which the witness had gone,
one ball passing through the two
outer sides ?nd ? middle partition
The parties who were Killed and
?YOUnded were standing in front of
the house which the witness, had
Most of the other testimony was
directed towards proving that some
[of the defendants bad guns on
'the streets and were hunting for
the witness. Arthur Nobles, and
that the defendants were acting
in concert. Threat? that some of
the defendants had made against
Nobles were tostsified. As far as
the testimony now goes, it tends
to show that whoever die! the shoot
ing intended to kill Nobles, but
that innocent parties were the
victims. This, of .course, is the
State's side, what the defense will
develop is yet to be shown.
Dr. F. W. P. Butler and Presid
ent Padgc ' ' 1
for peace . .
the jury ri
"We the .
Webb and V
death from guu.._
Hands ol' Robert Coile, Dan Coward,
Will Hjword and R. L. Burnett,
as principals, and Mil ledge Reese
and A. J. Corley as accessories."
All of the defendants aro white
and are employes of the cotton
facory. Two of them, Reese and
Corley, are mere boys, scarcely
over 16 years of age. Cr<>ft and
Tillman have been employed to
represent the defendants.
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgetield 0. H., t?. C., March
C C Brown,
J R Darnall,
R E Evans,
Jas H Pippen,
R A Temples,
Miss Mane ty Leeter,
Kit Christopher, \
John H. Green,
Miss Sarah Ealy,
Miss Leus Lew Lee,
Miss Josephine L?k?-,
Miss Perm-ller Hones. ;
When asking for letters on this list
W. H. BnuxNsox, P. M. .
Ontario Mary G?lte
Office and Infirmary at
B. L. Jones' stables, rear
ol Court House.
EUG-EEIEILLD, S. C.
I respectfully solicit the
patronage of the people.
Will answer telephone calls
W. J. SCHWANTES. M. M. PAUL.
SOPANTES k PAUL,
AIKEN AND EDGEFIELD.
JIOUbi:, SIGN" AND
FKESOO PA INTIXG-.
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and each issue contains reading of
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Timely Illustrated Articles,
Bright Attractive Drawings,
And Clever Short Stories,
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The National Magazine,
91 Bedford St., Boston, Mass.
JOE MITCHELL CHAPPLE, Publisher.
One Word, Ii Yoi Please !
I wish to freshen up the minds
of the people of Edgefield and Sa
luda counties as to my humble oc
cupation, and to say to them (hut
lam still in the middle of the ring.
I ara 53 years old and have never
stolen anything yet (at least I have
never been caught at it), and it is
too late in life to start roguery
now. that ?R to make a succees of
it. I have, therefore, concluded to
hang on to poverty and honesty,
ai least I will bang on to honesty,
and I know poverty will hang on
to me till the end cornep. Let her
bang, who's afraid?
If you want anything in my line,
fixing colts, drop me a postal card
-one line is as good u? forty-at
For the thoroughness and safety
of my operating, 1 refer to 300 colts
aLd their owners that gaml o from
the Saluda to tho Savannah river,
in full henlth. strength and vigor.
The colts gamBOfc, the owners may.
some of them, gamm.E too, but as
to this I know nothing.
One for a nickel,
Two for a dime,
Johnnie get your hair tat
Just like mine
Yours for work,
Colt Fixer from Fixville,
Botin P. O., S. C.
ST^TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COCXTY OF EDGEFIELD.
To the Defendants Alfred J. Norris
and The Eastern Building and
Loan Association :
You are hereby summoned and
required to answer the complaint
in this action of which a copy is
herewith served upon you, and to
6erve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscribers
at their office in the town of Edge
field, South Carolina, within
twenty days after the service here
of, exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer
the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaiutiif in this ac
tion will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated Feb. 1, A. D. 1899.
CROFT & TILLMAN,
To the Defendants, The Eastern
Building and Loan Associaliou :
?? Take notice that the complaint
t?ereiu and the summons, of which
the foregoing is a copy of the sum
mons, have been filed in the office
of the Clerk of the Court of Com
mon Pleas for the couuty of Edge
field, South Carolina.
CROFT & TILLMAN,
Test: JNO. B. HILL,
C. C. C. C.
HAS; REMOVED TO.
" 806 BROAD STREET,
And would be pleased to have the sup
port of theil friends, and will continue
to give first class meals and rooms at
Glos ai Presses.
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Fine Old Whiskies.
In Fut! Quarts, Each, $1.10.
Sold at all Dispensaries and therefore un
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accommodation of Aucunta and Aiken travel.
Excellent daily jinsseuger service be'ween
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Nos 37 and Ss-Washington and Southwestern
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Tampa, Jacksonville. Savaunab, Washington
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Pullman Sleeping Cars between Charlotta
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arriving there in time for breakfast.
Nos. :i, and !M-U. S. Fast Mail. Through
Pullman drtiwilier room buffet sleeping cars bo
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Ar Norfolk.... 7 30 a in
Ar Petersburg... .6 00 a ni
Ar Richmond_S 15 am
Lv Augusta. 2 55 p ir
Ar Allendale. ??00 p n
" Fairfax. 5??15 p n
" Y'Miiassee. 6 20 p Vt
" Beaufort. 7 20 p II
" Pori Royal. 7 30 p nc
? Charleston. 8.08pu
Savannah. S 00 p n
Lv Savannah. ? 50 a II
4* Charleston. 6 50 a nc
?l Port Royal. S 15 a n
" Beaufort. S 25 a ir
" Yemassee. 9 25 a ir
" Fairfax. ...,. 10 32 a nc
" Allendale. 10 "7 a ir
Ar|Augusta. 12 55 a nc
Close connections at Greenwood foi
ali points on-S.A. L., and C. and G
Railway, and at Sparlanburg wit!
For information relative to ticket.?
rates, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CiiAiG, Gen. Pass. Agt
T. M. EMERSON,
IM NATIONAL BANK OF AUGUSTA
! L. C. HATNE, Pres't. F. G. FORD, Cashier.
Surplus and 1011ft ftftft
Undivided Profila I ??llV}UVV'
Facilities of our magnificent Now Vault
containir?; 410 Safety-Lock *ioxos. Differ
ent Sizes are offered to our patrons and
tho public at $3.00 to S10.00.per annum.
Lu 0. HATXE,
W. 0. WAEDLAIT,|
TROS. J. ADAMS PROPRIETOR.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29. 1899.
VOL. LXIV. NO. 13